Help shape future research into childhood stammering
28th February 2022
What would you like to know about stammering in children? Complete a survey and help set the questions for researchers to focus on.
Although we're learning more about stammering, there's still so much to uncover. STAMMA is part of a steering group aiming to ask people what they most want researchers to find out about it.
The group, set up by Action for Stammering Children and the James Lind Alliance, wants to hear from you. It has created a survey asking what you'd like to know about stammering. Your questions can be about:
- types of therapy
- attitudes towards people who stammer
- anything else stammering related.
Once the group knows what questions are important to you, we will create a list of the top 10 priorities for future research. These will help researchers, universities and funders focus on finding out more about the topics you think would best help children and young people who stammer.
Who are they looking for?
Please complete the survey below if you are:
- a child or young person who stammers
- a family member, friend or colleague
- a speech & language therapist.
To help out, click on the survey link below. It should only take around 10 minutes to fill out.
The partnership is being funded by the Woodroffe Benton Foundation.
Would you like to help with other stammering research projects? See our Studies Looking For Participants page.